This week's roundup includes several multi-family and recently renovated homes
856 Saint Johns Place: Listing description cites this home as having "a perfect combination of old world charm and modern living." That statement couldn't be more true. This elegant three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom house has been updated with new hardwood floors, windows, a redesigned kitchen and bathroom, and restored gas fireplaces. It retains hints of classic charm with its pocket doors, pressed tin kitchen ceiling, and wainscot paneling. Asking price is $1.775 million.
707 Macdonough Street: This two-family Bed-Stuy townhouse has nearly 3,000 square feet throughout with six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a generously spaced kitchen, and living areas. The home is accentuated with crown moldings, stone countertops, and decorative fireplaces. Asking price is $1.195 million.
318 Union Street: Located in Carroll Gardens, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom townhouse is listed as being multi-family, though it can easily be enjoyed as a single-family home. It has almost 4,000 square feet, hardwood floors, pocket doors, and large, spacious bedrooms. Asking price is $3.625 million.
210 Greenwood Avenue: While this five-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom Windsor Terrace home is quite lovely overall, the star of the show is undoubtedly the fireplace wall oddly nested between the kitchen and dining room. Other features include a finished basement, laundry room, and backyard with an above ground pool. Asking price is $1.595 million.
260 Battery Avenue: With renovations nearing completion, this Dyker Heights home will soon be ready to house a new family. Designed to be more functional than fabulous, the house, with more than 2,000 square feet, still sparkles with three-bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a huge kitchen, and finished basement. The home also has multiple terraces, a garage, and shared driveway. Asking price is $1.188 million.